Auto cross, drags or drifting?

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Auto cross, drags or drifting?

Post by Capeasy » Sun Mar 15, 2020 9:48 pm

Hey guys, thinking of entering my Caprice at the LS fest. Where do these Caprices really shine when it comes to showing off their potential? I love the deceptive appearance of these GMs on steroids ,
So what event or events would I be safe to enter?
Walt (AKA:Capeasy) So. Cal.
2013 Caprice 9C1,Huron white, Blackbear tune,DOD Delete, Texas Speed stage 2 cam with all the goodies, Circle D 258 mm converter, 3200 stall. Spectra CAI, 3.45 Diff, deep trans pan. BlackWidow Venom exhaust,Granatelli oval cutouts, Doug
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Re: Auto cross, drags or drifting?

Post by CrashTestDummy » Thu Mar 26, 2020 6:56 pm

None, really. You can, however, have fun running 'what ya brung' at the event and take satisfaction in what you outrun with these heavy, long wheelbase cars. Getting on the podium would be icing on the cake.

We occasionally autocross our car, usually when the weather is too nasty for our C Prepared Firebird. We're mid-pack in the car, at best, but it sure is fun, and attracts a lot of attention. Not as much attention as when we autocross our Tahoe PPV, but it gets people's attention, just the same.
Gene Beaird,
Pearland, Texas
2012 Caprice 9C1
1992 B4C 1LE Camaro
2010 Tahoe PPV (her car)
1995 DGGM Impala SS
1996 BBB Impala SS (11-second DD)
1985 Firebird - 310 LS1 C Prepared autocross car.
And some others
Do YOU have my SPID?

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